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and jennifer. >> the outpouring of love that everybody showed and the families, everybody wants to be here and be a part of it. >> reporter: they had schedule scheduled a fundraiser for today supporting brain cancer research. jennifer's mother died of it. >> then the explosion happened and we decided we needed to rally together. >> reporter: they say in such a small community many people have ties to the devastated neighborhood either director through friends. >> you know my house was up there that i grew up and this those are all my neighbors,. >> reporter: they say all of the money raised will be given to the san bruno fire victims to help them rebuild. >> you know the pain is still there. a lot of people still sorting through their lives. >> reporter: a state senator attended the fundraiser and has pending legislation that extends state tax exception u.s. es to homeowners who lost their house in the fire. >> i feel particularly bad for those individuals who are kind of right in the middle of -- they don't loose it totally but they aren't green tagged so they are sort of in that neve
-- welcome to the latest addition of the district -- i am jennifer low. today we are focusing on district 7. the district between the lake and zoo. to remain something of a mystery of san francisco. let's find the charm of district 7. >> look at this, it's one of the most unique strips in all of san francisco. we have the unique neighborhoods to make san francisco what it is. they are unique and distinct and have their own characteristics. that's what we love. >> i think the most characteristic in district 7 you have residents that have been here forever. you have generations. i am fourth generation san franciscoian. you have a lot of people that live in san francisco that live in the sunny side and lived out here for years. as a result you have a real concern and care for just basic quality of life and community issues. i think that's our unique characteristic. >> strict 7 has reputation of being the conservative district. let's hear from the locals. >> i would say it looks to city government to provide more basic city services. it's a focus on the basics. and if that's more cons
2007 connecticut hope invasion that left jennifer hawk pettitte and her two daughters dead. craig has the details. we will take a look at your piece, first. >> reporter: kimberly, the testimony in the steven hayes murder trial was so powerful it sent family members scurrying from the courtroom. you are a fox news legal analyst. how could someone do something like this to these little girls? pour gas across their bodies and set them ablaze. tell me about the testimony? >> horrible. i have been a prosecutor for many years and seen a lot of murders and those images never leave your brain but this one was just about the worst that i can imagine. >> text messages between murder suspects joshua and steven hayes plotting out the dangerous plan. the state fire marshall graphic description how gas was splashed across 11-year-old mikala's body and set ablaze while teetherred to a bed post and how her sister got up from the burning bed on fire when the restraints melted from the heat and then collapsed and died. >> nicki, sherman, you are a defense attorney. also the author of how can you defend
of the exact time line. but jennifer matts has been appointed to the derek tor -- director with michael being gone. i will be reporting to the committee where that is. >> ok. thanks. the last part of of our last meeting was interesting. we met with inspector david fal zone with the san francisco police department in talking about the granting of licenses. it was a very informative discussion. i summarized some of the important points that i thought came out of that that i would think you think he would be interested in hearing about. you can weigh in if there is anything i have left out. there is something called the alu, the abc liaison unit. it consists of about five professionals that are usually well trained and familiar with the process of applying for licenses. the have been involved in the business of reviewing applications and they know the logistics and mechanisms involved in that. he also indicated that all applications for liquor licenses have to be responded to within 30 days by state law. i thought that was interesting. i didn't know that. for some licenses that are granted, ther
that will take several weeks, far shorter than the need for help say fundraiser organizers holly and jennifer. >> the out pouring of love that everyone has contributed to this event and everyone showing up. the families and everyone wants to be here and be a part of it. >> reporter: they had scheduled a fundraiser for today supporting brain cancer research. jennifer's mother died of the disease. but those plans changed. >> and then the explosion happened. and we decided we needed to rally together. >> reporter: they say in such a small community many people have ties to the devastated neighborhood either direct or through friends. >> you know, my house was up there that i grew up in for 20 years. those are all of my neighbors. those are my people. >> reporter: all of the money raised at the day-long event will be given to the sanbruno fire victims to help them rebuild. >> you know, the pain is still there. i mean, the fact that there are still a lot of individuals are just still sorting through their lives. >> reporter: state senator ye has attended the fundraiser and has asked for state home
will cover that next month. i don't know what is happening with the online filing of payments. jennifer, i know she has been promoted since we last spoke. do you want to help me on that one? >> we don't have an update for you at this particular point, and i want to
flavor sells the best at jennifer's shop? >> our vanilla cupcakes do outsell our chocolate cupcakes. but we also have one that is a very prominent seller which is our red velvet. and i think that that actually incorporates the best of both. because it's considered a vanilla-based cake but it has cocoa powder in it as well. >> troy: since the vanilla orchid is technically a vine, it's often grown on the cacao tree. so maybe the flavors really are best when mixed together. >> mwanzaa: that wraps up our show. but we'll be back soon with more "teen kids news." >> jessica: thanks for joining us, and have a great week! the mailbox... [horn honks] and the traffic light. both are ideas from the minds of african americans. support the united negro college fund. because a mind is a terrible thing to waste. because when you get moving an hour a day... get up and play an hour a day, doc. check out how to be a player at letsmove.gov. that's...
jennifer snyder talking about the current and former city council members in bell, california who are arrested on corruption charges. there have been more than 300 stories on the scandal, but just one paper mentioned their party affiliation. one newspaper cough it up, the orange county register did finally mention that these allegedly corrupt officials are all democrats, but it was only in response to reader complaints about the peculiar omission. why did that happen, cal? >> gee, i wonder why. especially surprised in orange county supposed to be a conservative county, but there's a way that the viewers can now assess this information if they don't mention the party, the party of the person who is being perp walked, it's a democrat. that's the way to do it. >> if all of the republicans, would it have drawn the attention of the papers and media. >> i don't know what the relevance is, we're supposed to believe that somehow the behavior of the people are representative of all democrats? this is a very unusual situation, not something that happens very often and i mean, sure should th
the program started. during that conversation, jennifer, dave and judy convince me that we should create a group like mothers against drunk driving. the idea would be a national advocacy group devoted to ending distracted driving. that was born in the studios of cnn. during the year since, jennifer, dave, judy and other members have travelled the country doing important and inspiring work, putting a human face on a terrible problem. at last year's summit, we learned that distracted driving is an epidemic. it is an epidemic because everyone has a cell phone, and everyone thinks they can use it while driving. you all know this. if i asked for a show of hands -- which i am not going to do [laughter] -- i know that everyone of you has a self done. and i also know that everyone has used it while driving. do not deny it. we are hooked on it. that is why it is an epidemic. there is no bigger distraction than people on a cell phone or people texting and driving. there is not. you cannot drive safely doing that. i want to say a special word of thanks to the chief of police of washington, d.c. she
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